Even the most efficient of web workers may occasionally feel overwhelmed by the nitty-gritty details of running a freelance business or the more-to-do-with-fewer-resources stress of working for a company. In either case, when you find yourself in the thick of things, there’s help available in a […] Read more »
As the employment landscape continues to shift, some job titles are waning in importance, while others are on the rise — among them, virtual assistants. In fact, more than half of the respondents to a 2008 survey by Virtual Assistance Chamber of Commerce said they’d started […] Read more »
Not everyone can afford a virtual assistant, especially if you’re just starting to freelance and it’s a little out of your budget. Still, this doesn’t mean that you won’t be able to enjoy some of the benefits of having one: you can still delegate and automate some of your tasks without the heavy price tag.
I’ve looked at some of the common services that VAs provide, and found some free or cheap alternatives that you might want to look into. Read more »
How exactly do you become good at getting the most out of your virtual assistant, thus freeing up much more of your own valuable time? Read more »
There’s no question that between viral hits such as “Yes We Can” and his dramatic speech on race, YouTube helped President-elect Barack Obama win this election. But just because the campaign’s over doesn’t mean Obama is ditching his online video success. Obama delivered the weekly national […] Read more »
One of the big threats to open-source software is patents; it’s becoming increasingly impossible to create software without violating one. A case currently in front of the United States Court of Appeals, In re Bilski, offers some hope that the patent madness will be reined in. […] Read more »